Since 1998, Jean-Christophe Hubert has curated several exhibitions, notably at the Musée du Chapitre de Soignies, the Abbaye du Val-Dieu, the Château d'Aigremont and the Musée d'Art Moderne de Liège for the Ministry of Heritage of the Walloon Region. In 2000, he opened an exhibition devoted to the engraved work of Rembrandt. Since 2006, participating in the development of sites such as the Oud-Sint-Jan site in Bruges, the Château de Waroux in Ans, the Malmundarium in Malmedy, the Vieille Halle aux cornes in Durbuy or the Pouhon Pierre le Grand in Spa, He has curated exhibitions devoted to Félicien Rops, Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Jean-Michel Folon, Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, René Magritte, Pol Bury and Pierre Alechinsky.

As curator of the Brussels Museum of Letters and Manuscripts, he curated the exhibitions Georges Simenon, Brussels Capital of the Arts, Maurice Maeterlinck, Hugo Claus and Louis Aragon. At the Oud Sint-Jan site, he manages the permanent exhibition of more than 200 works by Pablo Picasso and Joan Miro.

Curating exhibitions often goes hand in hand with the scenography of routes designed to appeal to all audiences and to provoke thought. Jean-Christophe Hubert has thus participated in the design and production of exhibitions famous for their design, such as Made in Belgium, Leonardo da Vinci or Sos Planet.

In his art exhibitions, he also seeks to develop innovative scenographies showing great creators in a new light. This is the case with artists such as Marc Chagall - between dreams and memories, Henri Matisse - towards the simplicity of line and form, The Surrealist Spark - the role of the surrealist image, Joan Miro - beyond painting, Pablo Picasso - the illustrator, or Impressionism - the role of the female artist.